M.D Dinesh Nair

Veteran Poet - 1,834 Points (Thrissur)

M.D Dinesh Nair Poems

81. A Balloon For You All 6/16/2013
82. A Circle And A Zero 6/16/2013
83. Perceptions 6/16/2013
84. Before Your Gardens Begin To Die 6/16/2013
85. An Unborn Poem 6/16/2013
86. As We Tread Together 6/16/2013
87. Another Day 6/16/2013
88. As You Are There... 6/16/2013
89. An Illusion 6/16/2013
90. An Appeal To The Vexations 6/16/2013
91. The Black Roses 6/16/2013
92. Beyond The Horizons... 6/16/2013
93. Between Me And 'Me' 6/16/2013
94. The Telengana Haikus 8/1/2013
95. To The Pupil Who Is In Dilemma 6/29/2013
96. The Wonder Of A Surviving Enigma 7/6/2013
97. Happy Independence Day 2013 8/13/2013
98. The Scare 8/20/2013
99. The Scare Revisited 8/22/2013
100. Let Us Laugh For A While 2 8/25/2013
101. Let Us Laugh A Little More 3 8/28/2013
102. The Test 8/6/2013
103. The Tale Of Catastrophe 8/31/2013
104. When The Moon Cries At Times 8/31/2013
105. If God Ever Offers To Befriend Me*... 9/7/2013
106. The Triumph Of Voyager 1 9/14/2013
107. Mistaken Images 10/18/2013
108. When You See Me.. 11/2/2013
109. Indian Diwali 2013.. 11/2/2013
110. My Illusions Have To Go... 11/10/2013
111. None To Feel The Stench 11/10/2013
112. The Phase Of Change 11/10/2013
113. The Walk 11/10/2013
114. The Terror Of November 2013 11/13/2013
115. As Your Smile Blooms Out 11/14/2013
116. When I Breathe My Last 11/15/2013
117. Thus He Spake 11/17/2013
118. This Winter Too Is No Different 11/19/2013
119. An Elegy On Two Little Stars 11/25/2013
120. December Triplets 12/3/2013

Comments about M.D Dinesh Nair

  • ewghrkewgh (11/28/2017 10:46:00 PM)

    you are very wonderful poet.you write poems very nicely

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  • Amir Mohammad Islami Chalandar (6/6/2014 7:13:00 AM)

    excellent poems. you are great in explaining your feels. i invite you to read my poem

  • Richard Beevor (5/26/2014 8:48:00 AM)

    Hi Dinesh your poems this may and I are both beautiful and enchanting works that draw the reader into another world, also a mention for Valsa George, a lady whose work I admire very much, thank you for this lovely moment.

  • Govind S (5/26/2014 4:24:00 AM)

    Thanks for ur valuable input.i'll work on it

  • Govind S (5/22/2014 1:40:00 AM)

    u are a very good kavi.your kavithas are great.please read mine and comment

  • Tirupathi Chandrupatla Tirupathi Chandrupatla (1/28/2014 7:21:00 PM)

    Dinesh Nair is a great presence among poets at PH. He is a fearless poet as a poet should be. Any tiny discrepancy in society does not escape his attention. He goes to the depth of the problem and clearly presents in his poem with fine selection of words. He is a master with selection of words and his poems show the power of the usage. He is current with affairs of the world and is forthright in his presentations. His poems direct readers to think positively and to be of service to humanity. His comments are highly thoughtful and provides encouragement to fellow poets. I wish Dinesh all the health and energy in his pursuit.

  • Kavya . Kavya . (1/17/2014 1:38:00 AM)

    a very creative and vibrant poet who writes poems on various interesting topics from current affairs, on life and on real life situations.....he has a very high command over English language and he totally justifies his writes in a very apt way..........His words of encouragement to new emerging poets on this site works wonders.............He is our guide, our inspirer, our teacher. I wish him all the best and my he soar greats heights in the field of poetry.

  • Rubab Atwal (12/6/2013 8:02:00 AM)

    Mr. Dinesh Nair is a very inspiring poet who has encouraged me alot.I would say that he is god-gifted and very talented.I would like to thank him for encouraging and inspiring me.

  • Geetha Jayakumar Geetha Jayakumar (9/20/2013 11:42:00 PM)

    Mr. Dinesh Nair is one of the Vibrant poet, comes with poems on variety of topics from life, nature, to the moving current topics.
    His words of Inspirations and encouragement brought many changes in my writings especially for a beginner like me. I respect his vast knowledge in any topics and especially on current situation, which is reflected in his poems. His all the poems are unique in its own way along with perfect command over English.

    I would like to Thank him for encouraging and supporting me in this journey of poems.

  • Valsa George Valsa George (6/20/2013 11:30:00 AM)

    Mr. Dinesh Nair, once a vibrant presence on poemhunter is a gifted writer with an amazing command of English language. His poems are striking with a pungent sense of satire and his language is piercing! Words in his hands are shafts flying from an archer's bow! They hit at the target and shake us off our stupor of complascency.

    He is brisk and sharp at responding to regional, national and international events. He points his fingers strongly at the follies of the society and the narrow idealism often practised by religions! With a missionary zeal, voices for a classless society. Though he negates the existence of God, he believes in such a brotherhood of the lowly and the rich with no distinctions of caste and class; the essence of all morality!

    He has been there to encourage all beginners to poem hunter! As a novice when I entered the scene, his encouraging comments have gone a long way in building confidence in me. Hereby I register my indebtedness to him and wish him a wonderful creative career ahead! !

Best Poem of M.D Dinesh Nair

The Bull In The City [ 'Nagaramlo Vrushabham' ]

Introduction:

'Nagaramlo Vrushabham' is a popular Telugu poem written by Srirangam Srinivasarao [Sri Sri ].
Here is the translation of it in English.

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Chewing the cud with his half shut eyes
Without moving or shifting an inch
Perhaps with the memories from his previous birth
On the main road of the city
The bull stood casually.

The bull in the heart of the city-
As if he is the right owner of the road
Leaving the responsibility to the times
Heckling the scampering of the ...

Read the full of The Bull In The City [ 'Nagaramlo Vrushabham' ]

Beneath Your Skies

Beneath your vast skies
I see a kite with all might flying
With the vigil of a sentinel aboard the clouds.
Under the bonsai plants of my dwarfed garden
I lie with closed eyes and begin to dream.

As the skies begin to come down
And I begin to feel the flopping wings of the kite,
My eyes open to see the miracle of

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